She has been unloading millions of dollars in stocks following a private all-senator meeting with administration officials and heads of the CDC and NIH. On that very day, she tweeted this: And has continued downplaying the threat while quietly reducing her exposure to the inevitable market disaster waiting to happen. She's also the wealthiest person in Congress, and her husband is the head of the NY Stock Exchange. This is the second senator from that meeting facing these accusations. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., may have cashed in before the stock market was in free fall due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a new report. ProPublica alleged on Thursday that Burr "sold off a significant percentage of his stocks, unloading between $582,029 and $1.56 million of his holdings on Feb. 13 in 29 separate transactions" in filings listed in the U.S. Senate Financial Disclosures website as he was regularly being briefed on the rising threat of the virus.